Those stamp-sized bookseller labels often found on the rear paste down end paper of old and rare books
Las Vegas is home to more than glitzy casinos and pawn shops: the city can now claim a robust special collections program at nearby University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), thanks in part t
Martha's Vineyard’s reputation as a haven fo
Fine press book culture in California owes much to H.
'Tis the season for award ceremonies, and on Monday the American Library Association (ALA) announced the top books for children and young adults at its Midwinter M
Anyone that's ever worked with rare books holds on to the hope that someday they'll dust off an old tome and out will spill some previously undiscovered - but amazingly relevant - piece of ephemera.
"A good way to make a small fortune in the book business is to start with a large one."
One of our ongoing concerns here at Fine Books is the intersection of books and art.  In the midst of a digital revolution in publishing, I would like to start profiling small, independent pub
Over the weekend I interviewed librarian and author Vaunda Micheaux Nelson about her new "documentary novel"